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1. Lift act through a point called:

a. Reduced

a. Aerodynamic center.

to

maintain

level

flight,

b. Center of pressure.

b. Reduced

c. Center of gravity.

to

maintain

level

flight,

d. Stagnation point.

c. Increased

to

maintain

level

flight,

same point:

rolling moment.

be:

pitching moment.

a. Increased

to

maintain

level

flight

b. Increased

to

maintain

level

flight

c. Reduced

to

maintain

level

flight

proportional to:

must be:

ambient temperature and altitude.

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profile drag.

a. Will accelerate.

b. Will decelerate.

c. Will ascend.

d. Will climb.

whereas

low airspeed

cause small

vortices.

when:

drag.

profile drag.

drag.

induced drag.

induced drag.

1. Because the C of P and the C of G are not at the same point, the aircraft no longer becomes

unstable.

2. Thrust and drag are act approximately opposite and coincided (aligned).

3. If the speed is increased, the angle of attack must be reduced to maintain level flight,

otherwise the aeroplane will climb.

2

4. If the speed is reduced, the angle of attack must be fixed to maintain level flight otherwise

the aeroplane will stall.

5. The coefficient of lift does not vary with altitude for the same IAS.

6. The thrust generated by a jet engine is directly proportional to the engine RPM and inversely

to the ambient temperature and altitude.

7. If the thrust available exceeds that required for level flight, the aeroplane will climb.

8. The highest speed the aeroplane for level flight can achieve when the minimum power

available equals the power required.

9. For a constant altitude and angle of attack an increase weight will require both the power and

the airspeed to be increased.

10. The larger the vortices the smaller the induced drag.

11. For jet aeroplanes, the minimum drag speed is always greater than the speed of minimum

power.

1. Define the following:

a. Lift.

b. Drag.

c. Thrust.

d. Weight.

2. With the aid of diagram describe the relation between lift coefficient and IAS in level flight

(Fig 13.2).

3. With the aid of diagram explain the relation between thrust and airspeed then show how to

find the speed for minimum drag (Fig 13.3).

4. With the aid of diagram illustrate the relation between power and airspeed then find how to

determine both of the speed for minimum drag and speed for minimum power (Fig 13.3 or

Fig 13.5).

3

Maximum gross weight

3400 lbs

Center of gravity

78 86 in

340 lbs

350 lbs

Fuel

75 gal

Baggage area 1

80 lbs

Using the computational method, determine whether if the airplane is loaded within the limit.

2. given the following

Front seat occupants

340 lbs

300 lbs

Fuel

40 gal

Baggage area 1

20 lbs

If the basic empty weight and moment 1467 lbs and 57.3 lbs.in/1000, respectively. Determine

whether if the airplane is loaded within the limit.

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